She can’t stop wagging her tail and just loves everyone she meets
A cute ten-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier is one of a group of dogs at a Burton rescue home looking for new loving homes. Kizzy ended up at the shelter after there were concerns for her welfare.
She is currently at the RSPCA shelter at Hillfield House in Stretton, and has been there for ten weeks. She arrived at the rescue centre via an inspector who seized Kizzy because of a “welfare concerns”.
She has been described as a dog who is simply “delightful” however she doesn’t like to be left on her own. A spokesperson from the shelter said: “She has the most delightful character and is always pleased to see anyone she meets, including other dogs, with a waggy tail and excited bum wiggles!
“Kizzy is currently in a foster home with a male dog. We have been told that she loves to steal the spotlight and is constantly wanting all of the fuss sσ if you have a dog who can get jealous then we wouldn’t advise Kizzy is right for your home.
“An ideal home would be somebody that is home a lot of the time or works from home. They will only leave her for short periods as she absolutely adores to be with you and isn’t a fan of being left alone.”
Kizzy is not the only dog that is looking for a new home. Chase is a three-year-old Husky that ended up at the shelter via an inspector after he was left in a poor condition by her previous owner.
The shelter said he was kept outside in poor conditions for long amounts of time and therefore did not get the socialisation and attention he needed.
This has resulted in him lacking confidence and the team at the shelter are trying to build him back up slowly.
A spokesperson from the shelter said: “We have now started to introduce him to volunteer walkers and this is really helping him.
Chase is shy and nervous at first when meeting people but after a few meets he is an affectionate boy. He needs an experienced Husky owner preferably that knows the breed and knows that they need a lot of exercise and interaction. He can live with a calm female dog and teenage children.”
Chase the Husky (Image: RSPCA)
Another dog who is looking for a new home is Lucy, the one-year-old American bulldog. Lucy has been described as “very bouncy and full of energy”. She arrived at the shelter due to a change in her old owner’s circumstances. She has been at the shelter for eight weeks.
A spokesperson from the shelter said: “She can be strong on the lead and will need further training with her obedience and with her lead walking. Lucy loves going out on walks, running around off lead in our compound and playing with her toys.
Lucy is looking for a new home (Image: RSPCA)
“Lucy needs an experienced owner that has had large breeds before or willing to learn about the breed. She will need someone who has a lot of time to meet her needs as she can only be left for one to two hours to begin with. She will reward you with lots of love.
“Lucy can live with teenagers but no other animals. This is because Lucy needs further training before she can be introduced to another buddy in her environment.”